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Motivating for STEM Success: A 50-step guide to motivating Middle and High School students for STEM success. (Dr. Michael Crowley) - eBook

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Motivating for STEM Success: A 50-step guide to motivating Middle and High School students for STEM success. (Dr. Michael Crowley) - eBook

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Author: Dr. Michael Crowley

Abouth the Author:
Dr. Michael Crowley, a practicing high school teacher of Engineering and Robotics in Massachusetts, received his Doctor of Education degree, with a specialization in Computing and Information Technology in 1999. He has been recognized for his ability to motivate students to STEM success by prestigious organizations such as the Lemelson Foundation-MIT School of Engineering, the Freemasons Orient Lodge, and the Norfolk County Teachers Association in Massachusetts. He was also a finalist for the Laura Warcup Distinguished Educator Award in Norfolk County, Massachusetts in 2012. His inspiring teaching methods and dedication to student success have been recognized at the high school level with the Teacher of the Year award as well as the Caring Heart Award, bestowed by his high school’s parent-teacher organization.

Dr. Crowley began his teaching career in 1990 at the Franklin Institute of Technology, an engineering and technology college in Boston. Over his 25-year career teaching STEM, he has helped thousands discover where their true interests lie. His former students have gone on to graduate from some of the most prestigious institutes of technology and engineering colleges in America. His 50-step system for motivating students has drawn the praise of college presidents and high school principals.

Abouth the Book:
In 50 thoughtful steps, Dr. Crowley, a practicing high school teacher of Engineering and Robotics in Massachusetts guides you through the process of creating a learning environment that will motivate your Middle and High School STEM students to master rigorous and long-duration STEM projects.

In the Principle in Practice areas of this first-in-a-series guide, he lays out clear examples of how he applies each of the 50 steps/principles in his classroom. Dr. Crowley's ability to excite students about Engineering and Robotics has been recognized by many organizations over the years, and most recently in 2015, when he was named an Excite Award recipient from the Lemelson Foundation-MIT School of Engineering. A group of his students was also selected as one of 14 National Winners of the Lemelson-MIT InvenTeams invention initiative in 2015.

Here is a list of the topics covered in this guide:
• Setting the stage for learning.
• Pedagogy that works when teaching STEM.
• A Reverse Engineering approach for program, course, unit, and lesson development.
• A multi-disciplinary approach to your curriculum.
• How to teach Engineering well.
• Growing your program with the community as your partner.
• Blue Ribbon engineering and robotics projects.

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